Since the Ravens drafted Tyrod Taylor in 2011, the organization has only carried two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster.
With Taylor in his final year of his rookie contract, the Ravens drafted former Ball State quarterback Keith Wenning in the sixth round, and you'd have to think that he has a great shot at making the roster due to being a draft pick. So that begs the question — one that CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown posed: Do the Ravens carry two or three quarterbacks on their roster this year?
So now it's a matter of either trusting a late-round rookie to back Joe Flacco up or letting him learn under Flacco and Taylor this season.
Joe Flacco is not one to get too emotional on the football field on Sunday.
And as Russell Street Report's Ryan Jones points out, that is probably his greatest quality. Flacco's resolve has been a great asset to himself as a quarterback and to the franchise.
The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson spoke to defensive tackle Brandon Williams, who said he's determined to have a major impact this season.